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Old 03-23-2009, 12:07 PM   #1
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All Access: Wonderlic Scores Leak Out...Again
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Georgiaís Matthew Stafford did not throw during the Scouting Combine, but he stood out among quarterbacks taking the Wonderlic test. According to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune, Stafford scored a 38.

The other top quarterback prospects fared well also. USCís Mark Sanchez got 28 of the 50 questions correct, and Kansas Stateís Josh Freeman nothced a 27.

Last year, Matt Ryan reportedly scored a 32, and Joe Flacco posted a 27.

Among receivers, Missouriís Jeremy Maclin stood out with a 25. The other top prospects were not as impressive. Texas Techís Michael Crabtree scored 15. Marylandís Darrius Heyward-Bey posted a 14. Floridaís Percy Harvin a 12. And North Carolinaís Hakeem Nicks an 11.

At offensive tackle, Alabamaís Andre Smith scored 17.

Linebacker Rey Maualuga posted a 12, while his USC teammates fared better. Clay Matthews scored 27, and Brian Cushing 23.

At defensive back, Marylandís Kevin Barnes posted a 41, while Western Michiganís Louis Delmas scored 12.
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:10 PM   #2
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I am liking Rey Maualuga less and less and Clay Matthews more and more. I don't want a stupid ILB, I guess he can use the same excuse Clady used, he was distracted because of the injury he suffered.
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Linebacker Rey Maualuga posted a 12


Nice work.
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:11 PM   #4
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All Access: Wonderlic Scores Leak Out...Again
Written by NFL Draft Bible
Monday, 23 March 2009 09:49

Georgiaís Matthew Stafford did not throw during the Scouting Combine, but he stood out among quarterbacks taking the Wonderlic test. According to Dan Pompei of the Chicago Tribune, Stafford scored a 38.

The other top quarterback prospects fared well also. USCís Mark Sanchez got 28 of the 50 questions correct, and Kansas Stateís Josh Freeman nothced a 27.

Last year, Matt Ryan reportedly scored a 32, and Joe Flacco posted a 27.

Among receivers, Missouriís Jeremy Maclin stood out with a 25. The other top prospects were not as impressive. Texas Techís Michael Crabtree scored 15. Marylandís Darrius Heyward-Bey posted a 14. Floridaís Percy Harvin a 12. And North Carolinaís Hakeem Nicks an 11.

At offensive tackle, Alabamaís Andre Smith scored 17.

Linebacker Rey Maualuga posted a 12, while his USC teammates fared better. Clay Matthews scored 27, and Brian Cushing 23.
At defensive back, Marylandís Kevin Barnes posted a 41, while Western Michiganís Louis Delmas scored 12.
Way to be REY. Way to be.
So jumping off his wagon and on to Cushing and Matthews during the combine was wonderlic-ful.
At least the majority of the USC guys did well.
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:13 PM   #5
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I am liking Rey Maualuga less and less and Clay Matthews more and more. I don't want a stupid ILB, I guess he can use the same excuse Clady used, he was distracted because of the injury he suffered.
Hopefully DEN just gets Cushing AND! MAtthews.
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:16 PM   #6
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yikes....i was on the Maluaga bandwagon but he is starting to look like Vernon Gholston from last year
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Linebacker Rey Maualuga posted a 12


Nice work.
We could take a 12 at #12!
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Didn't get Clady get a 12 or something ridiculously low last year?
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Reference Clady's 16 and Chris Williams 32 last year before the hand wringing begins.

This 'test' might be even more worthless than the 40.
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Old 03-23-2009, 12:20 PM   #10
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I still love Rey. I couldn't care less if he could count to 22. I want someone out there that will be a monster on Sundays
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the NFL is almost as dumb as the current congress.
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It's culturally biased.
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I dont think Wonderlic scores matter that much for D players...in fact, sometimes the less you think, the better. Football instincts have little to do with intelligence. That said, i'd like my QB with a higher one.
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or someone who thinks Ayn Rand has something intelligent to say....ZING
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The low scores continue to amaze me. Sample Wonderlic questions have appeared on the web and they are NOT rocket science. Some of these guys are either screwing around when they take the test or else are really freaking dumb.
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I like stupid people, they are fun to laugh at.
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What about Raji?
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It's alway's a mixed bag with the wonderlic.

Here's a few low scoring players:
Marino
V.Young
Jeff George
Steve McNair

But then a there are the high score players:
Alex Smith
Drew Henson
Quincy Carter
Matt Leinart

Jay had a solid 26 and Peyton had a 25, Eli crushed them both with a 39.

Mr. Brady had a 33, so did Steve Young. Elway had a solid 30
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I still love Rey. I couldn't care less if he could count to 22. I want someone out there that will be a monster on Sundays
Rey is a monster on maybe 2 or 3 plays a game....The rest of the time he overpursues, or is completely fooled by play action and is out of position. No to Rey!
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Reference Clady's 16 and Chris Williams 32 last year before the hand wringing begins.

This 'test' might be even more worthless than the 40.
Jake Long scored a 26. Pittsburgh's Jeff Otah scored a 28. Southern California's Sam Baker scored a 27. Vanderbilt's Chris Williams scored a 32. Boston College's Godser Cherilus scored a 25. Virginia's Brandon Albert scored a 23. Boise State offensive tackle Ryan Clady had the only disappointing score from the top group of blockers, a 13.
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I just found a clip of Rey's mom when she was on The Price is Right:

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Rey is a monster on maybe 2 or 3 plays a game....The rest of the time he overpursues, or is completely fooled by play action and is out of position. No to Rey!
So he's a bigger version of DJ Williams.
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or someone who thinks Ayn Rand has something intelligent to say....ZING
i'm no Randian. zing-bang kapow!
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I like stupid people, they are fun to laugh at.
maybe that's why we're still broncos fans.....it seems like the broncos have been stuck on stupid for about 10 years now

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